The Mylars Release Their High Energy Cover of the 1970’s Pilot Smash Hit, “Magic”

New Jersey based power pop rock group The Mylars are so excited to announce the release of their high energy rendition of the 1970’s Pilot smash hit, “Magic”.

The Mylars are a super charged power pop rock band founded by vocalist/ guitarist Danny Roselle and long time collaborator, vocalist/bassist Quig.

With a band mission of “It is what it used to be”, The Mylars are a combination punch of late seventies power pop rock infused with their own modern day twist. Big sing along choruses, huge guitar riffs, and action packed live shows bring back everything that defined an amazing generation of music.

Hailing from the small town of Union, NJ, co lead vocalists Danny and Quig have been performing together since a chance meeting as kids while sifting thru the
vinyl aisle of their favorite mom and pop record store, Melody Records.

As the lead singer/songwriter for NYC rockers, The Crash Moderns, Danny toured the US and Canada for several years, sharing the stage with some of the biggest
names in rock music, including The Goo Goo Dolls, Lifehouse, Bowling For Soup, and Bon Jovi and is currently one of the main songwriters for the History
channels hit television show, American Pickers.

Mylars co founder, Quig is responsible for being the creator and manager of the worlds first little person rock group, The Little Kingz, made famous in Ben
Stiller’s movie Zoolander.

Danny and Mylars drummer, Chris O’Hara, can also be seen in episodes of HBO’s popular hit series, The Sopranos.